Nov 29, 2012

Next Forum in Ipswich at EBSCO Publishing!

Sustainability Forum Spotlights Sustainability in the Town of Ipswich with Tim Collins of EBSCO Publishing

What:         Special Sustainability Forum this month will meet at EBSCO Publishing in Ipswich on Wed., Dec. 5, 2012. Our guest host will be Tim Collins, president and founder of EBSCO Publishing.

Focus:        Ipswich is one of the oldest towns in the US. It has long-standing connection to its beautiful resources, notably its river and salt marshes. Located prominently downtown is EBSCO Publishing, a major North Shore business with a noted commitment to sustainability.
President Tim Collins has been the driving force behind the reduction of EBSCO Publishing’s environmental footprint, instituting many new cutting edge policies, such as the conversion of EP’s entire fleet to hybrid vehicles, the installation of over 400 solar panels and electric car charging stations, as well as the distribution of over 150,000 green bags throughout the North Shore.

When:        Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012. Coffee begins at 8 a.m.; presentation at 8:20.
Where:       EBSCO Publishing
                  Riverside Conference Room
                  10 Estes Street
                  Ipswich, MA 01938          

RSVP:        Forum meetings are free to members of the NSTC; $10 for non-members. All are encouraged to register here at

The Sustainability Forum is a special interest group within the North Shore Technology Council (NSTC).  Its active membership is dedicated to the understanding and promotion of clean-technology and sustainable practices within our region.  Monthly meetings offer lively discussions and special guests. Visit:

About the North Shore Technology Council
The North Shore Technology Council (NSTC) is an all-volunteer, non-profit technology trade association with a mission to build a community for collaboration and advancement of technology industries in northeastern Massachusetts.

For more information call John Coulbourn at 508-277-7356 or email:

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